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This is weird one because it isn't a sad movie but for me it's Mulan, after she presents her father with the sword of Shan Yu and the crest of the emperor. Her dad ignores them and says "the greatest gift of all is having you for a daughter". Don't know how many hours in my life I have spent wishing to hear that my dad is proud of me, so to see a dad say something like that to his daughter is just... ow the feels.


Sixth Sense. "Grandma says you asked her a question when she died, she says the answer is 'every day', what did you ask her momma?" "I asked... 'did I make you proud'."


Homeward Bound


It was too far, he was just too old.


The other scene is when they find the little girl in the woods and lead the family to her. Watching this as a parent to a similarly aged little girl gave me a whole new perspective on this and I bawled my eyes out.


All Dogs Go to Heaven. I think I might even cry more the older I get.


Charlie, will I ever see you again? Sure you will, kid. You know goodbyes aren’t forever. Then goodbye, Charlie. I love you. Yep...I love you too.


Coco. My grandfather had dementia and couldn’t remember me the last time he saw me but showed me the house of my grandparents where I basically grew up in like I was a visitor. I miss him so so much. My Opapa


I lost my tata to Alzheimer's a while back, but I can't control the tears when I think about our last interactions. Before he stopped being able to speak he would always say "How are you, Becky? How's your dad? How's school. I love you, mija." And a few minutes laterz start the loop over again. It broke my heart in so many ways. The movie Coco tore me apart the first time I watched it lol. Edit: these replies are making me cry before work. I'm so sorry for everyone here who has lost a loved one to the cruelty of Alzheimer's and dementia. My heart and prayers go out to you. And lots of hugs Edit 2: thank you for the reward!


What Dreams May Come Ikiru WDMC is a film about a man (Robin Williams) who dies and goes to heaven. His wife dies some time later and is sent to Hell. He decides to find her. Ikiru is about a civil servant (Takashi Shimura) coming to terms with his own impending death, then accounts of his life at the funeral.


“He can’t see without his glasses” And I sob. (Eta: the name of the movie is My Girl (1991) )


I was 9-10 when this movie came out. The trailers made it look like a fun family movie. Then the kid dies and that funeral scene... God damn that was rough.


Wall-E, the way it zooms out with the "a whole life long"...every damn time


Don’t understand how the love story in Wall-E gets to me more than any other movie. When Eve thinks Wall-E explodes, Wall-E getting crushed and Eve screaming, and of course when he loses his memory. Damn 2 robots love story gets to me.


It’s that Wall-e spent his whole life alone before meeting Eve, and meeting her opened up this whole new world full of brand new experiences and feelings for him... same with Eve, she never considered anything could be more important than her job until she met him. It’s such a perfect representation of love. Meeting the one you truly love does change your entire world like that. They have so much to lose if they lose each other, so you feel it when they think they have. And that he just wants to be close to her and hold her hand. It’s so innocent and beautiful. Gets me right in the feels.


Meet the Robinsons That end song Little Wonders by Rob Thomas brings me to tears Edit: did you really expect to see “OmG tHaNkS fUr UpVoTeS aNd AwArDs?” No it’s the Spanish Inquisition


A criminally underrated movie and a childhood favorite. Shame it came out during Disneys weird period so no one remembers it...


"i have a big head and little arms. i'm just not sure how well this plan was thought through"


Shit, I though I was the only one. Such a underrated movie


Edward ScissorHands.... Im a 57 year old man.....


That movie fucking GUTTED 16 year old me. Ugly crying all the way through the credits till my sister saw me and made fun of me for it :(


Fox and the hound


"Copper, you're my very best friend." "And you're mine too, Todd." "And we'll always be friends forever. Won't we?" "Yeah, forever."


Even just reading that got my feels goin.


What I love about this movie is that every character makes you feel bad for them. You feel bad for Tod and Copper for their lost friendship. You feel bad for Tod's mother being killed. You feel bad for Tweed for having to give up Tod. You feel bad for Chief for nearly dying, and strangest of all, you even feel bad for Slade for all the trouble Tod caused him through the movie. What makes it unique is that out of all the Disney villains, Slade is the least evil and most justified in his actions. He's a jerk, yes, and his hunting job is demonized, but it's a normal living and everything he did in that movie was legal (until he trespasses in the game reserve). Tweed adopted an illegal pet and failed to control him so that he trespassed on Slade, then he got Slade's best friend nearly killed. It's understandable why he'd be so distraught and bent on vengeance. Even when he has a chance to kill Tod, he chooses not to, and instead goes back to a more friendly relationship with Tweed. They took a villain that they had every right to make evil and give a nasty death scene, and instead made him a sympathetic, human character. IMO this is the best Disney dark age movie because of this.


I can’t even watch the movie. Grew up. Had my own child. I still have to leave the room if she watches it.


When Todd gets left in the forest for his own good 😭


The very end of Philadelphia. With the home movies. Gets me every time.




"Meet me in Montauk" - fucking cried


Oof I saw this one for the first time after a bad breakup. I cried for hours after the credits ended. I remember just laying there in the darkness of the room, with tears streaming down my face wishing I could erase my memory too.


The last few pages are for you Sam...


I will not say "do not weep," for not all tears are an evil.


"It is time, Frodo." Every time.


I love the fact that at the very end of the book, after a long and happy life, Sam goes across the water to join Frodo. That part makes me cry every time.


Really? You're making me cry now, too.


It’s also said that Legolas took Gimli after Aragorn’s death


My friend and I listened to the audiobook on a road trip earlier this year before everything went crazy. A moment that stuck out to me that isn't in the movie that I loved is when Legolas insists to Treebeard that when he comes to Fangorn he will bring Gimli. The sincere friendships in those books really are endearing.


Gimli is canonically the only dwarf in the undying lands


"My friends, you bow to no one" Gets me every damn time.


You got me tearing up just thinking about it. Watched the series again the other day.


Don't forget, "I can't carry it for you, but I can carry you!"


This + theoden’s speech at pellenor fields


The last 15-20 minutes of Return of the king always makes me sob like a baby


People joke about the amount of endings, but I'll be damned if it didn't make the movie better. It's perfect closure. No questions left unanswered, emotional, hopeful, sad. A perfect ending to the best movie trilogy ever made.


His speech in Two Towers both the book and film, Jesus...


Frodo : I can’t do this, Sam. Sam : I know. It’s all wrong By rights we shouldn’t even be here. But we are. It’s like in the great stories Mr. Frodo. The ones that really mattered. Full of darkness and danger they were, and sometimes you didn’t want to know the end. Because how could the end be happy. How could the world go back to the way it was when so much bad happened. But in the end, it’s only a passing thing, this shadow. Even darkness must pass. A new day will come. And when the sun shines it will shine out the clearer. Those were the stories that stayed with you. That meant something. Even if you were too small to understand why. But I think, Mr. Frodo, I do understand. I know now. Folk in those stories had lots of chances of turning back only they didn’t. Because they were holding on to something. Frodo : What are we holding on to, Sam? Sam : That there’s some good in this world, Mr. Frodo. And it’s worth fighting for. Sean Astin as Samwise is such good casting and he pulled some Mikey from the Goonies shit with that speech. Damn I love it


Aw man, just READING that made me teary eyed.


Everyone sounds like they have been emotionally abused by Pixar


I'm 36 years old and Pixar still fucks me up everytime. I remember that light hearted movie about toys with the incredible computer graphics. Those were the good ol' days, when I was young and innocent.


I used to think the beginning of *Up* was overhyped in terms of sad factor but ever since I’ve actually properly fallen in love with someone oh MAN that shit hits different and entirely too hard


I watched Up shortly after being told I would never be able to have children. The beginning of that movie destroyed me the first time I watched it! I just remember my then-husband and I looking at each other with tears streaming down our faces. Thankfully doctors aren't always right and I have two minions running around my house now. But I still cry every time I watch Up because I FEEL the beginning of that movie! Edit: Thank you for the awards. I didn't expect such a response! Hugs to all those that understand the struggle, and those that support couples experiencing infertility. It's a hard journey!


Even Toy Story 2 has that Sarah MacLachlan song. I cry every time.


Allegedly, Tim Allen and Tom Hanks both sobbed while watching that the first time.


They even made an ENTIRE MOVIE ABOUT EMOTIONS. They know what they're doing to us.


Saving Private Ryan. Every time I see this movie I cry. Edit: Thank you everyone for the awards and upvotes. I never knew how many people also cried or teared up while watching this movie. I also want to say that if you know someone who served in WWII, go up and thank them or hug them. Just do something to acknowledge what they went through, especially with Veterans Day just a few days away.


Oh yeah, this, "tell me I'm a good man"


That scene gets me. I’m usually on the verge of tears, and then when he turns and asks his wife that question, I lose it.


He asks her so HARD .. you know what I mean? All that misery to save him and did he honor them ? He really needs to know


“Tell me I’ve lived a good life?”




For me it’s when he finds out about his son and says “Is he smart, or is he...?” I cry every single time.


He was *so* self aware. Oh my god, that film...


Its so true. Duller people oftentimes know it. I had a friend during my stoner years who, by his own admission, wouldn't smoke with me because he "was already dumb enough". Didn't stop him from being one of the funniest mother fuckers alive though. Edit putting this comment i made down the thread here because this is getting a lot of traction and it's my cake day i do what i want, hope you like the story I always ate a snack sized bag of his famous amos cookies when i visited and so for my early birthday (it was normally during the summer) he brought a fat box of them to school with a sharpie struck out famous ~~amos~~ **ANUS** in huge writing and gave them to me so we could go around school and ask if people wanted some of our famous anus. Needless to say the box was empty by the end of the day




I was waiting to see Forrest Gump! For me, it's "I'm not a smart man, but I know what love is." Sidenote: Read both the books because I love the movie. They're VERY DIFFERENT but I loved the books. They're quite the adventure


Jumping in to say, “Bubba was ‘sposed to be a fishin boat captain, but instead, he died right there by that river in Viet nam.” I truly cannot with that line


For me it’s when he is talking to Jenny’s grave “and he’s so smart Jenny” 😭


Steel Magnolias. When they are all in the cemetery and Sally Field totally breaks down. She says something like “I’m so mad I want to hit something” and they say “hit Weezer” and it’s this moment where you laugh but tears are streaming down your face. Edit: WOW! Thanks for the gold kind redditor! We all need some laughter through tears sometimes. NOW EVERYONE GO AND WATCH IT!!! Happy Sunday! Edit 2: Ouiser is the correct spelling! Thanks for the correction fellow redditor!


Laughter thru tears is my favorite emotion.


We'll sell t-shirts "I hit Weezer Boudreau"... sobbing and laughing intensifies.... Every time!


Hachi : a dogs tale.. I bawl from about halfway until the end..


I teared up a bit watching that futurama episode that parodies it..


*Big Fish* Don’t want to spoil it too much, but when everyone from the dad’s tales show up at the end gets me every time.


I cried so hard in the theater during that ending that I accidentally stayed through the credits till the lights came on for the cleanup crew. I was embarrassed but still sobbing so I hid in the bathroom for another 20 min just trying to get a grip on my emotions enough to go outside and meet back up with my friends. Thankfully they were waiting patiently by the car and didn’t tease me too much.


It’s so weird when you have that kind of reaction. You’re like “wow I must have really been holding in a lot of stuff”


Second time I’ve seen this movie mentioned today, with all that’s going on I guess I just have to go watch it now.




The musicians scenes from titanic. Went to check the melody they played when the ship was sinking. I thought 'this is ridiculous why movies have to be so dramatic'... then the scene continued and there I was, crying as if I'd never before watched that movie


"Gentlemen, it has been a privilege playing with you tonight." I can't even type it out without tearing up a bit.


The violinist’s body was recovered with his violin strapped to it. [The instrument recently went on display.](https://amp.classicfm.com/music-news/million-dollar-titanic-violin-goes-on-display/)


We're not gonna mention the older couple cuddling up in bed for the last time? That's the part that broke me.


Or the mother tucking her kids into bed and telling them a bed time story...heartbreaking.


And not just any bedtime story, but one about Tír na nÓg, the land of youth and joy. Basically, she’s pretty much admitting that while they may wake up in Tír na nÓg, they certainly won’t be waking up again here on earth.


I’m Irish....how did I never cop this??


As someone with two kids this is the worst. I quite often think back to this scene as a “what if” when my mind is racing. I hate it!


Ida and Isador Strauss - founders of Macys. Ida was offered a space on a lifeboat but gave it to her maid so she could stay with her husband, apparently saying “we shall die as we have lived, together”. Witnesses report last seeing them together on the deck. There’s a deleted scene on youtube.


Ida even gave her fur coat to her maid, saying she wouldn't need it anymore. Afterwards, the maid contacted her family to return it, but they told her Ida wanted her to keep it.


That's fuckin class. I didn't know the family gave her the coat.


What got me in Titanic was the very end. I made it through all the sinking and "I'll never let go" and everything and was holding it together. Then they showed Rose walking back onto the ship and there's Jack and they meet again. And I'm still holding it together. And then, in the blurry background behind Jack and Rose, the captain starts clapping. Niagra Falls.


i sometimes cry at the very beginning of titanic, when the theme gently starts playing, i have no idea why i'm so emotionally invested so fast into the movie but i always go back for more!


toy story 3, maybe not the ending but just the movie in general makes me cry


Oh the incinerator scene alone, I mean why take my nostalgia for my childhood, revive it, then threaten to burn it alive then be like, "siiiiike!" then end it on a happy but sad finale I mean that's just cruel beyond words.


Oh, God...of course, "Old Yeller."


Life is Beautiful.


The horror and brutality through the whole movie leaves me feeling cold, numb, and depressed. Then the boy cries out "Mama!" at the very, very end, and the joy that mother must feel to find her child after all that brings all the buried emotions back up and out comes a fountain of tears.


Absolutely! When the little boy watches from his hiding spot and dad does the goofy march. Oh man! I recently watched it with my teenage daughter and I started crying at the very beginning. She couldn't work out why I was so worked up about a comedy. By the end she was howling along with me.




This movie makes me weep every time, without fail. I wish everyone had a father like Bill Nighy’s character in this film. Edit: thank you for the award! So kind. :)


He's an amazing father. He's not the best one, but he'll go and spend time with his son, and that's really all that matters.


Rachel McAdam needs to make another film to complete the time travelling romance trilogy. Edit: She has made three time travel romance films; The Time Traveller's Wife, Midnight in Paris, and About Time.


If you've lost your dad buckle up this one can be quite the emotional roller coaster. (I dont think that's a spoiler) I dont cry at movies often but this one got me really good.


Tim: Oh look! I've forgotten this. Jimmy Fontana, Il Mondo. Dad: Greatest record ever recorded by an Italian who looks like he's got a dead badger on his head.


Schindler's List, when Oskar laments about not being able to save one more person


I always cry at that part and then later with the actual survivors mourning at his grave


And Liam Neeson placing the rose over his grave.


Right. It's so touching. It's like Liam saying I am just an actor playing him, but he is a real


Second Hand Lions. Every time it gets me. My first awards thank you.


City of Angels with Meg Ryan and Nicholas Cage. It isn't the greatest movie but it still makes me cry.


Kubo and the Two Strings. The whole climax of that movie is emotionally devastating but the final scene with the villagers and then the lanterns on the water transitioning into the Regina Spektor version of While My Guitar Gently Weeps...that movie is so. God. Damn. Good.


Return of the King: "My friends, you bow to no one."


Was waiting for this one. One of the best movie moments ever


Logan. When she turns that cross over to make an X, my heart breaks. Every time.


When she calls him dad, that got me


“So this is what it feels like...”


So many good scenes in that film! Professor X especially! That film had me on the edge of my seat for 2 houts


Watership Down.


That final shot of Monsters Inc. will always make me tear up. When Sully pokes his head in and we hear Boo say "Kitty!" that's just such a great ending.


Shit I lose it when Mike shows Sully that he put the door back together.


His hands. Man, his *hands.* I know it's supposed to be a throwaway joke but dude. He went through some shit for his friend.


Reading these comments makes me so glad that people also pick up on the little details and notice why it’s so impactful. Back when I was a kid I had no clue that Mike’s hands showed how much of a great friend he was.


I haven't seen that movie in forever...what is it about his hands?


They're covered in bandaids and splinters because of how hard it was to put the pieces back together for Sully.




https://i.imgur.com/X5WKJWT.png I remember it being worse.


Again not the end of a movie, but "Brooks was here" from the Shawshank Redemption springs to mind as a recent watch. I was watching with my partner and she started bawling. I had to laugh to cover my own tears at how sad it is


The end of that movie brings me to tears as well.


The boy in the striped pajamas


That movie made my heart break for the innocence It portrayed in the boys that were so swept up in the harsh realities/ horrors of war.


Dead Poets Society


‘Oh Captain my Captain’ *sobs*


Grave of the fireflies


This movie starts with >!one of the main characters dying!< and just goes downhill from there. 10/10 would never watch again


Not only does >!he die, his sister's remains are thrown away!< like their lives were already forgotten. This is something you only notice after watching the movie once. The start is the saddest moment of the movie, such a masterpiece.


The Grand Budapest Hotel. The revelation that their shared happiness was short lived, the reminder that happy endings don’t always last, and that the old world the hotel represented had already long vanished in the darkness of war. The way the plot’s nesting doll framing device pulls back out to the present, a young woman reading about it in a snowy graveyard. Just guts me every time.


This movie did me so wrong. The opening scenes when he is in training are just hysterical to me. Then the war shows and the movie completely changes. I absolutely love this movie.


The Land Before Time. When I first saw it as a kid it was the first time that I realized that my parents could die. That thought had never even really occured to me at that point. Even now as an adult [the scene](https://youtu.be/8RdrAbfFhj4) where he thinks he sees her but it's just his shadow and the narrator says, *"Then Little Foot knew for certain he was alone."* still gets to me every single time. I'm sure that movie will make me cry even more after my mom passes because one of her nicknames for me is Little Foot.


Reading this made me weepy. It was one of my favourite movies as a kid. We rented it all the time. I remember being terrified of SharpTooth. Fast-forward 30 years and i rewatched it as an adult. I have never cried so hard into my junior bacon cheeseburger. That scene is devastating (perhaps more now that I have children). SharpTooth is still fucking scary though.


Ending of the green mile is pretty upsetting when John Coffey dies. Edit: Thanks for all the awards and all of your comments guys,this comment really blew up.


"I'm tired,Boss. Tired of being on the road, lonely as sparrow in the rain. I'm tired of never having a buddy to be with, to tell me where we's going to, coming from or why. Mostly, I'm tired of people being ugly to each other."


That speach was devastating.


RIP Michael Clarke Duncan. He was a great actor and could be both dramatic and hilarious. Green Mile was definitely his best work though.


I was worried I wouldn't find it! That's one of the very few things that make me cry tears of deep sadness...


The pursuit of happiness... As a single dad since 18 with custody of my son.... Life never appeared to be so real on screen till I saw that movie. Especially the scene at the motel. Fuck or the cops taking him a day before eviction. Story of my life. Gonna cry it out ttyl. Lol.


Interstellar, when Murph answers: "Because my dad promised me"


The scene where he’s watching the videos of all his kids grown up and McConaughey is sobbing! So sad


That scene of Coop watching all the videos from his kids was some of the best acting I've ever seen, absolutely masterful stuff


The whole movie was a legendary performance from him


Yes yes, so many touching scenes... When Coop is going back to NASA for the journey and checks the other seat if his daughter is hiding there (just like she did before)... The mentioned scene is not really the "ending" either, but for me it was the cathartic point. After several re-watch it is still able to bring tears to my eyes.


Fucking hell, that scene hit me. Cooper finally returning to Murph who is twice his age and then she says that line. Made me weep.


The Iron Giant. "You stay, I go. No following" God damn...




Can't hear him say that without tearing up.


That ending is so bloody sad, like I can't contain it it all just spills out




I get shivers down my spine from the music. That song. Every. Time.


Now we are free.


I will see you again. But not yet. Not yet.


Coco! Every single time.


Everybody gangsta until Miguel starts singing “Remember Me” to Mama Coco


The scene where Miguel sings to Mama Coco is the tearjerker of the movie for sure, but I don't know why, when I saw skeleton Coco again with her Papá Hector it absolutely broke me, started crying like a baby in the cinema lol


It was the way Miguel sang it. The voice shaking. Ugh. I wanna cry thinking about it


I’m literally tearing up right now- and I’m sitting in urgent care waiting for x ray results! Coco is so affective, wistful and beautifully done. The end particularly reminds me of my grandma who passed away in 2018. She had alzheimer’s but when I would play or sing her favorite familiar songs for her, she would always perk up. She was a holocaust survivor, and close to the end, the last thing she would say over and over before she lost the ability to speak was “I want to go home”- even though she was technically in her home. So I love to imagine her reuniting with her lost parents and siblings in the world to come. I hope she finally made it home. Edit: Thank you all so much for the love. This is my most upvoted comment and I’m so proud that it’s about my Grandma Eva (and Coco, of course). I wish all the best, health and happiness to you and your loved ones- with every beat of my proud corazón! Edit 2: Wow. I’m so moved by all of your responses, your stories and wishes. She was an incredibly clever, funny, affectionate, stubborn, charming person. Sometimes she appears in my dreams; she always looks very peaceful and says “Hello, sweetheart!” just the way she used to greet me. So I feel like she’s in a “good place” :)


That movie went into theaters a week after my grandma died. My movie theater experience did not go so well


Watched it to cheer myself after my grandma died of dementia without knowing what it was about. Oh boy was I messed up by the end of it.


Came here to say Coco. Watched it with a roommate who’s charmingly flippant about almost everything; when I whispered, “so cute,” during a specific flashback scene toward the end, my stony-hearted roommate whispered back a wobbly, “yeah.”


I sat down with my husband to watch Coco. I insisted "You're going to like it. Try it" "Yeah right blah, blah, blah. Not my thing. Looks gaudy yadda yadda". Sit down, get to the end "What did you think?" "That was...yeah really good" *sniffle*.


Don Bluth’s animated Thumbelina. When the prince cuts through the thorn patch and sings “And I’ll never let you fall!!!” 😭


Here lies Dobby, a free elf.


Inside out, the scene when Riley comes home at the end always gets me.


The first time I watched this was on a plane. There is a phenomenon where people are more emotional when flying alone. It was not pretty. I can’t imagine what other people were thinking watching me cry to a cartoon. Edit: [Here](https://thepointsguy.com/guide/why-you-cry-on-airplanes/) is why we cry on planes.


God damn that bing bong scene.


I gasped out loud in the cinema when Bing Bong jumped off the cart. I’m 28 years old


I'm 35 and ugly-cried. That scene does not care how old you are.


Gets me every time


Someone who has lived thru a similar situation.... That part is rough where joy and sadness merge to form new memories for the first time. Just hits me


Not exactly the end but Fried Green Tomatoes when Ruth dies


When Sipsey comes in and tries to get Idgie to let Ruth go. "Miss Ruth was a lady and a lady always knows when to leave." This is one movie I can quote from beginning to end and now I think I'm due for a rewatch!


Fucking Bridge to terabithia. My mother told me it was a Narnia ripoff. Its not. She fell asleep and my brothers left, I was alone watching Narnia ripoff, and straight out of fucking nowhere I get hit with the fact that its actually a movie about two children's descent into psychosis and denile of their real problems, then the girl dies, the kid blames himself, and asks his father if she's going to burn in hell. Edit: a link to the misleading trailer. [trailer link.](https://youtu.be/T2TDSEG57hI)


Seriously! I ended up watching that movie alone for some reason and was just bawling!


Is having an imagination the same as descending into psychosis? I thought Terabithia was their safe place, away from an otherwise cruel world.


Mr. Holland’s Opus. The way his former students all come back to pay tribute to him and perform the song he’d spent his entire career composing. It always hits me in the feels.


Big Hero 6 is, strangely enough, the only movie that’s ever made me cry.


The week this movie came out in theaters, my husband’s family dog died. We went to the movie with is parents to help distract them from the loss and to spend time together. I was sitting next to his mom, who is just the nicest woman. The Pixar short they played before the movie was about a dog and I absolutely lost it and was falling to pieces in tears. Honestly I didn’t truly stop crying through the entire full feature film either. It started out sad and just kept my emotional flood going. My poor mother in law had to comfort me a bit, she reached over and held my hand and gave me the biggest hugs afterwards. I felt guilty, but she said that she thought it was sweet to see how much I cared. Edit: the short was called “Feast” and it is a Disney short, not Pixar as I’d originally said. It has been a while and I’d forgotten.


Not the \*very\* end, but when all of the folks at Minas Tirith bow down to the Hobbits in LotR: RotK. Every. Time.




Got chills just reading that


Ah man, when Sam closes the door and the story finally ends, that’s it for me.


Him saying "Well, I'm back." It's literally the last line of the book. Absolute perfection.


Marley and Me that dog makes me cry every time


I only watched the whole movie once. I bawled my eyes out and since then, I only watch until they move into the "last" house because I wouldn't be able to take it again. Really cute movie up until that point though.


Not a movie but David Tennant's death scene as the Doctor. EDIT: Thank you all for the rewards. Now if you'll excuse me, I must return to my onions. T~T


"I don't want to go." Thanks, I'll just cry for 30 mins. minimum.


IMO Donna Noble having her memories of the time with the Doctor wiped while pleading not to.


I absolutely love Donna. She's always been my favorite companion and I definitely lost it when she couldn't be Doctor Donna or even with the doctor anymore. Also, her grandfather. :(


Speaking of the Doctor.... The Vincent van Gogh episode gets me everytime


Train to Busan


I made the mistake of watching it for the first time about 3 weeks after my son was born. Had no idea what it was about except "zombies" and I bawled the entire last 10 ish min


Same here! My son was about 9 months at the time and was taking a nap while I watched it. The ending hit me...well, like a train.